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๐Ÿ“™ Essays for the 99%: The Collection - Class Warfare by John David, narrator John David


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Not only are we "taxed" without "real" representation, we are "surveilled," and "monitored" without probable cause, in direct violation of the Bill of Rights. King George could only dream of possessing the power that our current leaders have over us today, all in the name of "patriotism," and the prevention of "terrorism." But who are the real "terrorists?" Who wields the heavy "stick" against you more effectively, some dirty third-world thug in a cave half a world away, or "Big Brother," who reads your emails, tracks your library borrows and video rentals, and even tells you what name you may have? ยฉ2012 John David (P)2014 John David

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